June 2 and 3, 2021 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., EDT The 20th century features the shift from an industrial age to an information age, which has accelerated the opportunities for international research and education partnerships. Global connectivity is no longer an issue and, in this past year, the ability to interact with audiences across … Read more “Celebrating International Research and Education Partnerships” Virtual Workshop
PACK is a National Science Foundation funded international research fellowship opportunity for graduate students (US citizens or permanent residents only) to conduct research at University of Kiel, Germany. Applicants can be from any science or engineering discipline. Interest forms and applications are now accepted year-round. If you would like to find out more about the … Read more PACK Fellowship Applications Accepted on an Ongoing Basis
You can now view seminars presented as part of the PACK Fellowship. Click here.
The PACK Fellowship, an international research opportunity for graduate students from any science or engineering discipline, is accepting applications until January 31, 2020. PACK, a cooperative effort between Penn State University, The American Ceramic Society, and the University of Kiel, is a National Science Foundation-funded opportunity to conduct research at the University of Kiel in … Read more Deadline Extended for Spring 2020 Cohort
Applications are now being accepted for the next cohort of students; the deadline is December 6, 2019. An application and additional information is available at the PACK Fellowship website: http://packfellowship.com/.
The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, is pleased to announce that five outstanding students have been selected as recipients of a prestigious PACK Fellowship. The students are: Daniel Fortino (Penn State University), George Kotsonis (Penn State University), Alexei Matyushov (Northeastern University), and Ryan Thackston (University of Houston). The PACK Fellowship, a collaboration … Read more Students Selected for First Cohort